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  • A pricing method for elastic services that guarantees the GoS in a scenario of evolutionary demand

     Postigo Boix, Marcos; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    Computer communications
    Date of publication: 2013-07-01
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    Service Providers (SPs), which offer services based on elastic reservations with a guaranteed Grade of Service (GoS), should be interested in knowing how to price these services, i.e. service-i-, how to calculate the associated benefits to this service or, how to know the time until which the price for service-i-could be maintained, when an evolutionary function of the aggregate demand considered is involved and the established GoS for the elastic service is guaranteed. Thus this paper proposes a method that price elastic services (or elastic reservations) with guaranteed GoS in a scenario of evolutionary function of the aggregate demand. The method obtains: first at all, the average rate of the accepted elastic reservations of class-i with guaranteed GoS. Second, according to the accepted reservations, calculates the price that maximizes the selected revenue function. The considered aggregate demand function depends not only on a demand modulation factor, the mean reserved bandwidth, Bres,i, but on the evolution of this aggregate demand function, according to a Bass diffusion model. Third, in a scenario where not plenty access bandwidth Bi is available, evaluates the optimum value of the elasticity of the reservations that maximizes the revenue function for the obtained price. Finally, it is forecasted the time until the SP does not need to change the price or elasticity calculated when the demand increases and the GoS is guaranteed. The paper applies the method to a class-i- of elastic reservations, analyzes the influence of each one of the parameters and could be extended to multiple classes of independent and guaranteed elastic services.

    Service Providers (SPs), which offer services based on elastic reservations with a guaranteed Grade of Service (GoS), should be interested in knowing how to price these services, i.e. service-i-, how to calculate the associated benefits to this service or, how to know the time until which the price for service-i-could be maintained, when an evolutionary function of the aggregate demand considered is involved and the established GoS for the elastic service is guaranteed. Thus this paper proposes a method that price elastic services (or elastic reservations) with guaranteed GoS in a scenario of evolutionary function of the aggregate demand. The method obtains: first at all, the average rate of the accepted elastic reservations of class-i with guaranteed GoS. Second, according to the accepted reservations, calculates the price that maximizes the selected revenue function. The considered aggregate demand function depends not only on a demand modulation factor, the mean reserved bandwidth, Bres,i, but on the evolution of this aggregate demand function, according to a Bass diffusion model. Third, in a scenario where not plenty access bandwidth Bi is available, evaluates the optimum value of the elasticity of the reservations that maximizes the revenue function for the obtained price. Finally, it is forecasted the time until the SP does not need to change the price or elasticity calculated when the demand increases and the GoS is guaranteed. The paper applies the method to a class-i- of elastic reservations, analyzes the influence of each one of the parameters and could be extended to multiple classes of independent and guaranteed elastic services.

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    Analysis of a pricing method for elastic services with guaranteed GoS  Open access

     Postigo Boix, Marcos; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    Journal of Service Science and Management
    Date of publication: 2012-12
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    Service Providers (SPs), which offer services based on elastic reservations with a guaranteed Grade of Service (GoS), should know how to price these services and how to quantify the benefits in different scenarios. This paper analyzes a method for evaluating the price of a service based on elastic reservations with a guaranteed Grade of Service. The method works as follows: First, the SP determines the requirements of the service that wants to offer; Second, the SP evaluates the average rate of the accepted elastic reservations of the service with a guaranteed GoS; Third, the SP calculates the price that guarantees the GoS with an aggregate demand function that depends on a demand modulation factor of the elastic reservations that is the mean reserved bandwidth, Bres; and Finally, the SP obtains the optimum value of the elasticity of the reservations that gives the maximum revenue, and the required access bandwidth in this case. The paper not only applies the method to a class i of elastic reservations when a linear-based demand and a revenue function are selected, but it also analyzes the influence of each one of the considered parameters. This method could be extended to the case of multiple classes of independent and guaranteed elastic services, applying the method to each service with its estimated demand and revenue functions.

  • Management of the Future Internet

     Melus Moreno, Jose Luis; Serrat Fernandez, Juan; Gorricho Moreno, Juan Luis; Postigo Boix, Marcos; Valle Alarcon, Rafael
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  • Service Management in Federated e-Infrastructures

     Melus Moreno, Jose Luis; Serrat Fernandez, Juan
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  • Policy-based pricing for heterogeneous wireless access networks

     Baliosian, Javier; Serrat Fernandez, Juan; Richart, Matias; Saavedra, Juan; Borba, Mariela; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    International Conference on Autonomous Infrastructure, Management and Security
    Presentation's date: 2011-06
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    Our cities are already covered by a myriad of diverse wireless access networks. The most ubiquitous access networks are the well organized homogeneous and centralized operator-based cellular networks that sustain their business model on a captive client basis. However, a new billing paradigm is rising, where a client can choose to connect to the provider that best comply with his/her current requirements and context. Inside this paradigm, this paper presents a distributed, rule-based pricing strategy aimed to improve the quality of service and to increase the global income of a service provider. The performance and reliability of the rule-based decisions is supported by a Finite State Transducersbased inference machine specially designed to manage networking systems. We show, with simulations, that, using our strategy, the operators can make the new billing paradigm profitable while the clients benefit from the economic advantages of competition and of the quality given by a pricing–based network balance mechanism.

  • A Proposal for Pricing Substitute Guaranteed Services

     Postigo Boix, Marcos; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    IEEE communications letters
    Date of publication: 2011-01-13
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    This letter proposes a novel and open method for pricing substitute elastic services in a streaming content delivery scenario when their Grade of Service (GoS) is guaranteed. The method forces each Service Provider (SP) to calculate the rate for each substitute service that guarantees the GoS. The price of each service is obtained according to the maximization of a chosen revenue function and the estimation of its demand function. This letter illustrates the method calculating the price of two substitute services with a selected exponential demand function, where the assignation of the prices depend on the maximization of a selected revenue function.

  • End-to-end Virtual Resource Management across Heterogeneous Networks and Services

     Gorricho Moreno, Juan Luis; Postigo Boix, Marcos; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis; Serrat Fernandez, Juan; Valle Alarcon, Rafael
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  • How evolving network access and network management technologies are redefining the competitive wireless markets

     Beltran, Fernando; Gutierrez, Jairo A.; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    International journal of business data communications and networking
    Date of publication: 2011-07
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    This paper examines some of the key problems users encounter when accessing current generation wireless networks. Using a case study of a hypothetical user, the authors explore the emerging services and the new broadband wireless network technologies necessary to carry them out. This paper analyses the issues associated with an observed trend in the industry that exposes potential changes to the long-term, rigid commercial relation between wireless providers and users: as a result of a range of evolved broadband wireless access standards and technologies, autonomic communications and policy-based management, and new pricing schemes, consumers will likely face new opportunities to enter short-term and spot contracts with the new wireless providers. This new landscape also allow multiple competing Access Providers (APs) to dynamically assign prices, and poses new and interesting challenges to the regulatory function. The paper also discusses a framework for the integration of heterogeneous technologies and mana ment policies based on the network context that make up this emerging, hybrid wireless landscape, and describes the economic characteristics of new markets likely to arise.

  • Xarxes sistemes i serveis de comunicació. Examens resolts

     Cruz Llopis, Luis Javier de La; Martin Faus, Isabel Victoria; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis; Pallares Segarra, Esteve; Sanvicente Gargallo, Emilio
    Date of publication: 2010-12-20
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  • GESTION DE SERVICIOS DE NUEVA GENERACION EN INTERNET

     Sanvicente Gargallo, Emilio; Astorga Rivera, Jose Antonio; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis; Bagnasco Aguirre, Ricardo Javier; Postigo Boix, Marcos; Gorricho Moreno, Juan Luis; Serrat Fernandez, Juan
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    Technology and market conditions toward a new competitive landscape in the wireless access market  Open access

     Beltran, Fernando; Gutierrez, Jairo A.; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    IEEE communications magazine
    Date of publication: 2010-06
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    This article argues that the wireless telecommunication market is about to witness a shift in business models and market structure as a result of the deployment of new broadband access technologies, spectrum management techniques, policy-based network management, and the drive of new entrants to compete against the incumbents. The article discusses four agents of evolutionary changes: a range of broadband wireless access standards and technologies that are frontrunners in the industry’s efforts to embody the next generation of wireless networks; new provider-customer relationships facilitated through changes in the usual contract patterns that will allow consumers to enter short-term and spot contracts with the new wireless providers; an overview of the current debate on spectrum management; and an explanation of how autonomic communications and policybased management would support the new structure. Finally, the article asserts the necessity for the integration of the heterogeneous technologies that make up this emerging, hybrid wireless landscape, and describes the economic characteristics of a new competitive scenario.

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    Evaluación de prestaciones de RSVP extendido para un escenario con garantías de distribución  Open access

     Postigo Boix, Marcos; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    Jornadas de Ingeniería Telemática1
    Presentation's date: 2009-09-17
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    In some guaranteed data delivery scenarios, servers can quickly and carefully allocate the available bandwidth among the requests of the users to reduce rejections. This is particularly important when reservations are higher than minimum required delivery rate (semi-elastic reservations). As an example, when semi-elastic reservations utilize all the available server bandwidth and a new flow reservation arrives, it is useful to reallocate current reservations to accept the new one. The RSVP protocol is receiver oriented and it is in charge of setting up these reservations. However, in some cases, to reallocate bandwidth in a receiver riented way could delay the required sender reservation adjustments. This paper presents a new extension of the RSVP signaling messages that allows the server to adjust and modify these reservations. The performance evaluation of the extended and the native RSVP signaling protocols when used to manage the access bandwidth of a semi elastic flows server shows the benefits of the extensions. In particular, the use of resource reservation is reduced because of a more efficient bandwidth usage. In addition, the blocking probability is also reduced because of a more flexible bandwidth reallocation situation. The authors believe that this procedure is an intermediate step to improve the lack of flexibility that RSVP presents.

  • GESTIÓ, POLÍTIQUES DE PREUS I SERVEIS EN XARXES DE NOVA GENERACIÓ (MAPS)

     Bagnasco Aguirre, Ricardo Javier; Astorga Rivera, Jose Antonio; Valle Alarcon, Rafael; Gorricho Moreno, Juan Luis; Postigo Boix, Marcos; Sanvicente Gargallo, Emilio; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis; Serrat Fernandez, Juan
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  • Influence of the grade of service in the evaluation of the mean reserved bandwidth for elastic services

     Postigo Boix, Marcos; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    IEEE communications letters
    Date of publication: 2008-02
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  • Utilization-based prices for elastic services

     Postigo Boix, Marcos; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    Computer communications
    Date of publication: 2008-09
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  • Performance Evaluation of RSVP Extensions for a Guaranteed Delivery Scenario

     Postigo Boix, Marcos; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    Computer communications
    Date of publication: 2007-06
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  • Precio por Congestión para Servicios Less-Than-Best-Effort

     Postigo Boix, Marcos; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    Jornadas de Ingeniería Telemática
    Presentation's date: 2007-09-10
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  • A cost-efficient method for streaming stored content in a guaranteed QoS Internet

     Postigo Boix, Marcos; Garcia-Haro, J; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    Computer networks
    Date of publication: 2006-06
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  • Analytical evaluation of Grade of Service for elastic reservations

     Postigo Boix, Marcos; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    Electronics Letters
    Date of publication: 2006-11
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  • Change in WEBRC internal receiver parameters. Evaluation of its influence.

     Melus Moreno, Jose Luis; Sanvicente Gargallo, Emilio
    Date: 2006-01
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  • Evaluation of TCP wireless protocols in an obstructed campus scenario - TRDA/Mel

     Melus Moreno, Jose Luis; Sanvicente Gargallo, Emilio
    Date: 2006-01
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  • Evaluation of the influence of IPv4 and IPv6 protocols over the TCP Westwood behaviour

     Melus Moreno, Jose Luis; Sanvicente Gargallo, Emilio; Hernandez, Y
    Date: 2006-01
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  • Analytical Model to Optimize the Cost of Resource Reservation in a Client-Server Scenario

     Postigo Boix, Marcos; García, J Haro; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    IEICE transactions on communications
    Date of publication: 2005-07
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  • Contribución al estudio y diseño de mecanismos avanzados de servicio de flujos semi-elásticos en internet con garantías de calidad de servicio extremo a extremo  Open access

     Postigo Boix, Marcos
    Defense's date: 2003-04-25
    Department of Telematics Engineering, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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    Los servicios y aplicaciones ofrecidos en Internet demandan, con mayor frecuencia, un determinado nivel de servicio para su correcto funcionamiento. Esto supone el desarrollo de mecanismos que permitan ofrecer calidad de servicio diferenciada entre extremos distantes de la red. En una red con estas características el coste debido al uso de este servicio diferenciado es mayor que el de utilizar el modo tradicional de transferencia best-effort. Ello obliga a los usuarios a realizar un uso responsable de los recursos reservados. Por tanto, será crucial reservar sólo aquellos recursos estrictamente necesarios para lograr un mínimo coste.En este trabajo de Tesis Doctoral, se aborda el problema de minimizar los recursos reservados para una transmisión de un flujo semi-elástico. Este tipo de flujo se caracteriza por necesitar la reserva de más o menos recursos en función del estado de la red, por lo que se plantea el diseño de un sistema cliente-servidor capaz de realizar de forma automática las reservas estrictamente necesarias. Para ello, se propone un mecanismo de control de la ocupación de la memoria del cliente que permite determinar los periodos en que es necesario utilizar un modo de transferencia best-effort (aquellos en los que la ocupación garantiza la disponibilidad de datos en recepción), y los periodos en que se necesita un modo de transferencia con reserva de recursos para garantizar el llenado de dicha memoria. Del análisis de este mecanismo, se deducen expresiones para el coste de transmisión en función de los diversos parámetros que afectan a la ocupación de la memoria del cliente. De estos parámetros destaca especialmente la tasa de llegada de datos, que depende del estado de la red, y el umbral máximo de ocupación que indica cuándo se puede transmitir en modo best-effort. Gracias al correcto dimensionado de este umbral máximo, el cliente es capaz de minimizar los recursos reservados de la red. Para calcular este umbral, uno de los problemas que se plantea es la necesidad de una estimación inicial de la tasa de llegada de datos en modo best-effort. Para ello, se propone el uso de un umbral inicial que permita pasar a modo best-effort y realizar así, la estimación de esta tasa. Por otra parte, se propone también el uso de un mecanismo que mejora la minimización del coste de transmisión cuando la variabilidad de la tasa de llegada de paquetes en modo best-effort es grande, sin incrementar desmesuradamente la cantidad de señalización asociada necesaria.Finalmente, se propone un mecanismo para dar servicio de forma simultánea a varios clientes. Concretamente, se estudia mediante simulación un caso homogéneo, donde todos los clientes presentan los mismos requisitos. El esquema propuesto permite dar servicio simultáneo a un número determinado de clientes reservando recursos, mientras que el resto se sirve en modo best-effort. Del estudio se determina la existencia de un valor óptimo para el número de clientes a los que se da servicio en modo de reserva de recursos, que minimiza la señalización extra necesaria para gestionar el servicio.Asimismo, como complemento adicional para realizar este trabajo, se ha desarrollado una implementación del sistema cliente servidor de flujos semi-elásticos en el simulador ns-2, y además otra implementación real en lenguaje C sobre sistema Linux.

    Internet services and applications are increasingly demanding appropriate levels of service for their adequate operation. That supposes the development of new mechanisms to allow end-to-end differentiated quality of service. In these networks, the cost of using this differentiated service is consequently higher than the employment of the well-known best-effort delivery mode, which requires users to make a responsible use of the reserved resources. Therefore, it is essential to reserve only those resources strictly necessary to achieve the minimum cost.This Thesis work deals with the problem of minimizing reserved resources in a semi-elastic flow transmission. This type of flow is characterized for requiring the reservation of more or less resources depending on network conditions, and for this reason, it is considered the design of a client-server system to reserve automatically the required demanded resources. Hence, it is proposed a method to control the client memory occupancy that determines when it is necessary to use a best-effort delivery mode (those periods when occupancy guarantees data availability in the client side), and when to use a resource reservation delivery mode to guarantee enough data entering into the client memory. From the analysis of this method, it is deduced the transmission cost, which depends on several parameters directly involved with client memory occupancy. Among these parameters, the delivery data rate and the maximum occupancy threshold, that indicates when it is possible to send data using best-effort mode, are the most significant ones. Thanks to the correct dimensioning of this maximum threshold, the client is able to minimize reserved network resources. To calculate this threshold, it is necessary to acquire an initial estimate for the best-effort delivery rate. To achieve this, it is proposed the use of an initial threshold to force a change to best-effort mode to obtain this estimate. In addition, it is proposed the use of a mechanism to improve the minimization cost for high delivery rate variability, without excessively increasing the signalling associated to the switching of transmission modes.Finally, it is proposed a method to serve simultaneously various clients. A homogeneous case is studied by simulation, in which all clients have the same requirements. This method allows a particular number of clients to be served by reserving resources, while the rest use best-effort mode. From this study, it is determined the existence of an optimum value for the number of simultaneous clients to be served by using resource reservation, that minimizes extra signalling to manage this service.Furthermore, as an aid to complement this research work, it has been developed an implementation of a client-server system for semi-elastic flows using ns-2, and additionally, a real implementation using C programming language in a Linux system.

  • Servicio Simultáneo de Flujos Semi-Elásticos en Internet. Primera Aproximación: Caso Homogéneo

     Postigo Boix, Marcos; García, Joan Haro; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    Jornadas de Ingeniería Telemática
    Presentation's date: 2003-09
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  • Redes, sistemas y servicios de comunicación

     Cruz Llopis, Luis Javier de La; Garcia, J; Mata Diaz, Jorge; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis; Pallares Segarra, Esteve; Sanvicente Gargallo, Emilio
    Date of publication: 2002-02
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  • Transmission of Semi-elastic Flows under High Variability Background Traffic

     Postigo Boix, Marcos; Garcia-Haro, Joan; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    The IASTED International Conference on Applied Modelling and Simulation
    Presentation's date: 2002-11
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  • Contribución a la Evaluación y Dimensionado de Nodos y Enlaces en Redes de Alta Velocidad.

     Pallares Segarra, Esteve
    Defense's date: 2001-06-05
    Department of Telematics Engineering, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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  • PRIME-IP: Presentación de Información Multimedia en Tiempo Real utilizando Entornos de Distribución Multicast con Calidad de Servicio en Redes IP

     Melus Moreno, Jose Luis; Aguilar Igartua, Mónica; Pallares Segarra, Esteve; Postigo Boix, Marcos
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  • Seguridad en sistemas de comunicaciones móviles

     Recacha Castro, Francisco; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis; Barba Marti, Antonio
    Date of publication: 1998-01-31
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  • 1998SGR-00075. GRUP DE CRIPTOGRAFIA I SEGURETAT EN XARXES INFORMATIQUES.

     Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
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  • Spreading Codes Generator for Wireless CDMA Networks

     Soriano Ibáñez, Miguel; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    Wireless personal communications
    Date of publication: 1998-05
    Journal article

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  • Generador de códigos para comunicaciones móviles CDMA

     Cruselles, E; Soriano Ibáñez, Miguel; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    Mundo electrónico. Edición internacional
    Date of publication: 1997-11
    Journal article

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  • Seguridad en redes de banda ancha. Contribución al diseño y evaluación de un sistema de seguridad para la RDSI-BA

     Forné, Jordi
    Defense's date: 1997-01-23
    Department of Applied Mathematics and Telematics, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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  • Sistema de difusion individualizada de datos bancarios y dispositivo receptor-procesador de los mismos

     Melus Moreno, Jose Luis; Monzo Sanchez, Francisco Miguel; Rico Novella, Francisco Jose; Sanvicente Gargallo, Emilio
    Date of request: 1997-06-16
    Invention patent

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  • Simulador Global para Redes ATM

     Cruz Llopis, Luis Javier de La; Garcia Haro, Juan; Mata Diaz, Jorge; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    Iris (Madrid)
    Date of publication: 1996-12
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  • CONTRIBUCIÓ AL DISSENY I AVALUACIÓ DE XIFRADORS

     Soriano Ibáñez, Miguel
    Defense's date: 1996-06-28
    Department of Applied Mathematics and Telematics, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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  • Linear Complexity Stability in Stream Ciphering for High Speed Networks

     Soriano Ibáñez, Miguel; Forné, Jordi; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    IV International Conference on Telecommunication Systems
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  • Securing multimedia applications over B-ISDN

     Forné, Jordi; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    Protocols for Multimedia Systems- PROMS'96
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  • Seguridad en redes locales de datos. Contribución a la seguridad de las redes 802.3/Ethernet Extendidas  awarded activity

     Recacha Castro, Francisco
    Defense's date: 1996-11-07
    Department of Applied Mathematics and Telematics, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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  • COMMUNICATIONS AND MULTIMEDIA SECURITY II

     Forné, Jordi; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    Date of publication: 1996-09
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  • TEL96-1452 SIMULADOR GLOBAL PARA REDES ATM (SIGLA)

     Melus Moreno, Jose Luis; Soriano Ibáñez, Miguel; Aguilar Igartua, Mónica; Pallares Segarra, Esteve; Mata Diaz, Jorge; Forné, Jordi; Pegueroles Valles, Josep Rafel
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  • Gestion eficiente de claves en grandes redes

     Forné, Jordi; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis; Rebollo Monedero, David
    IV REUNION ESPANÑOLA SOBRE CRIPTOLOGIA
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  • GRUP RECERCA CONSOLIDAT96-00017

     Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
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  • Uso de estructuras no lineales para criptosistemas móviles

     Soriano Ibáñez, Miguel; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    IV reunión española sobre criptología
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  • Seguridad en redes de banda ancha

     Forné, Jordi; Soriano Ibáñez, Miguel; Recacha Castro, Francisco; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis
    Mundo electrónico. Edición internacional
    Date of publication: 1995-10
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  • Criptografia y seguridad en comunicaciones

     Forné, Jordi; Melus Moreno, Jose Luis; Soriano Ibáñez, Miguel
    Novática: revista de la Asociación de Técnicos de Informática
    Date of publication: 1995-07
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